It shows how our mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health all play a part in how we show up in business, in relationships, and in the world. I had no idea that this book was written for me. Even though she frequently refers to woo woo stuff, it's written so that it feels like she's unearthing natural truths for us. I also liked that she used contributors from such varying backgrounds, from her son to other successful entrepreneurs. The book incorporates lessons from everywhere, and it all tied in very smoothly and nicely. Melissa's messages were overwhelmingly therapeutic. Her words and personal experiences, peppered with those of the individuals she collaborated with, were not only timely but so intimately relevant in a way that is truly difficult to put into words. An entrepreneur, proud single mama, certified life coach, and NLP practitioner who helps individuals and businesses find solutions and go further than they imagined. When middle-age life and an empty nest presented a wake-up call in the form of two concurrent chronic illnesses and a job loss after a year career, she turned to social media and dancing for a reprieve.
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